High School News
OGT Testing Week
The OGT Tests will be given the week of March 16 through March 20. This test will be given to all Sophomore students and any other student that needs to retake a portion. High School students that are not involved in testing can report to school at 9:50 a.m. The high school will run on a two hour delay bell schedule. If you have any questions please call the high school office at 740-852-0364.  
Harry E. Tolles had huge impact on M-P
The Madison-Plains Board of Education will pay special tribute to Harry E. Tolles at its next board meeting. The former educator and namesake of Tolles Career & Technical Center recently passed away after a battle with cancer. He was 84. Since the school's inception and successful opening in 1976, 2,024 Madison-Plains students have enrolled in the various programs it offers  
FFA students place at public speaking contest
Two members of the the Madison-Plains FFA Chapter earned 5th and 6th places in the recent District Public Speaking Career Development Event competition at Southeastern-Clark. 
M-P Conversation: Ins and Outs of the PARCC
Last week, our district began a series of state-required assessments. Some Madison-Plains parents, for a variety of reasons, chose to opt their children out of the PARCC portion of the state assessments. Some students -- without consent of their parents who were likely being led by inaccurate statements on social media or from classmates-- refused the test because they did not understand its purpose or the implications of their decisions. Join the M-P Conversation here to learn more about the Ins and Outs of the PARCC tests.
 
Winter sports Senior Night photo gallery
In a time-honored tradition, senior athletes and their parents were honored recently during Senior Night. Click here for a few photos from the event.

 
MPHS Daily Announcements
March Announcements
MADISON-PLAINS HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS
*SEE ATHLETIC AND BAND WEBPAGES FOR THEIR EVENTS
MARCH
5th - Group pictures for yearbook and composite pictures – 7:50 a.m.
6th- Weight Training Sport Fitness Classes to Arnold Sports Festival
7th – Powerlifting Meet @ Kenton
Scholastic Booster Auction – 10:00 a.m.
Art Show – 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. – High School Commons
9th – American Government PBA- electronic
10th – American History PBA – electronic
11th – Physical Science PBA- electronic
16th through 20th – OGT testing – 10th grade and 11th & 12th grade retakes
16th – Strawberries delivered
18th – Practice ACT – Juniors
19th – Practice ACT – Juniors
20th – End 3rd Nine Weeks
23rd – NO SCHOOL – Teacher In-Service
24th – Fourth Nine Weeks Begins
25th – Grade Cards Available Online
26th – FFA Banquet
28th through April 7 – Spain, France & Italy Trip
30th through April 3 – NO SCHOOL- SPRING BREAK
APRIL
6th – SCHOOL RESUMES
16th – Student Council Blood Drive
17th – NO SCHOOL – Teacher In-Service
18th – ACT Testing
21st – 9th grade EOY-ELA Part 1 (paper/pencil)
21st through 24th – Prom tickets on sale at lunchtime- $35.00 each
22nd – 9th grade EOY-ELA Part 2 (paper/pencil)
25th – PROM – White Star Barn – 7:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m.
29th – 9th grade – Alg. 1/Geom. EOY Part 1 (paper/pencil)
30th – 9th grade – Alg. 1/Geom. EOY Part 2 (paper/pencil)

1. SCHOOL FEES- High School fees for the 2014-2015 school are $55.00. Payments can be made on
EZ-Pay or at the High School office.
2. PENNIES FOR PATIENTS- The Key Club is sponsoring Pennies For Patients fundraiser. This year
we will “Pie a Staff Member”. Each first period class has a set of boxes with the staff name on them.
Students will donate during first period because the class that raises the most money will win a pizza
party! The staff member with the largest amount in their box will be “pied”. Students and staff who
donate $1.00 or more will have their name put into a drawing to throw the pie! .
3. BOOK CLUB- is in need of gently used books for the Scholastic Booster Club Silent Auction. Please
bring any books to Mrs. Fletcher by March 5.
4. COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY- for high school girls. Take part in the Mt. Sterling
Community Center “Power Up” anti-bullying program and become a Facilitator. See flyer on the
Community Service bulletin board outside the old guidance office or see Mrs. Shoaf.
5. TRACK- Any high school boy or girl interested in participating in track this Spring please see
Ms. Boyle for paperwork.
6. PROM TICKETS- will be on sale April 21st through April 24th during lunch time. Tickets will be
$35.00 each.



 
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